Why was Karl Linney’s system artificial?

Linnaeus was the first to create a convenient, accurate and rigorous plant system, albeit on an artificial basis. It is artificial because, when determining the similarity of plants and classifying them, he did not take into account all the features of similarity and difference, not the totality of all morphological characteristics of the plant — the totality that alone can determine the true affinity of two forms, and built his entire system solely on the basis of only the organ – the flower.

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